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Samba is a genre of Afro-Brazilian music and dance.
Samba may also refer to:
- "Samba", a song on the 2011 album Música + Alma + Sexo by Ricky Martin
- Samba (album) by Twins
- Samba, album by Edmundo Ros
Games and sport
- Samba (shoe), a brand of indoor soccer shoe made by Adidas
- Samba (card game), a variant of canasta
- Salinas Valley Samba, a soccer team in the National Premier Soccer League
- Martin-Paul Samba, German collaborator and later rebel from Cameroon
- Christopher Samba, Queens Park Rangers footballer
- Cherno Samba, footballer
- Samba, Jammu, a town in Jammu and Kashmir, India
- Samba district, a district in Jammu and Kashmir, India
- Samba, Iran, a village in South Khorasan Province, Iran
- Samba, Luanda, a municipality in Luanda Province, Angola
- Samba Department including the town Samba, Burkina Faso
Technology and engineering
- Samba (software), cross-platform network file and printer sharing suite
- MacWWW, also known as Samba, an early Macintosh Web browser
- Samba, a Cluster II satellite
- Samba (bus), a name for one variation of the Volkswagen Type 2
- Cosmos Samba, ultralight trike aircraft
- Samba TV, a smart TV company
- Samba (Krishna's son), son of Lord Krishna
- Samba Financial Group, a banking firm in Saudi Arabia, formerly the Saudi American Bank
- Samba (film), a 2004 Telugu-language Indian film
- Samba (rice), a variety of rice found in Sri Lanka
- Samba de Amigo, a rhythm game developed by Sonic Team and released by Sega
- Samba de Gafieira, Brazilian ballroom samba
- Samba rock, a subgenre of samba
- Samba spy scandal, a spy scandal in Samba, Jammu, India in the 1970s
- Samba De Janeiro, a 1997 song by Paffendorf
- All pages beginning with "Samba"
- All pages with titles containing "Samba"
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